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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

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 Seminar on Human Rights and Democracy in Cambodia, 11 Nov. 2017

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  1. Anonymous8:27 AM

    I will apply the game theory for tomorrow prediction, Nov. 16th on Cambodian supreme court's hearing/decision on the dissolution of CNRP.

    1. Rainsy played trick at the last minute by baiting Mr. Hun Sen: "I will rejoin CNRP with or without the dissolution."

    This was a bait. Mr. Hun Sen might get greedy and waits for Rainsy to rejoin CNRP before a formal and legal dissolution of CNRP for the case to be stronger. Further more, Rainsy's rejoin would invoke a huge internal fight: Shall Kem Sokha resign and give back the presidency to Rainsy.

    But if Mr. Hun Sen takes the bait, he would fall into Rainsy's trap. Rainsy would not rejoin CNRP immediately, and CNRP's dissolution will stay.

    2. Mr. Hun Sen will not take the bait and go ahead pushing for the dissolution of CNRP.

    He will show he is in control and make all CNRP's claims to be false: CPP will not dare to dissolve CNRP per foreign ambassadors' word (presumably from USA).

    Further more, Rainsy will have to live up to his words and to rejoin CNRP and provoke in fighting with Kem Sokha and Kem Sokha's faction for the leadership of the defunct CNRP.

    -Drgunzet-

    P.S. CNRP folks are mostly dumb and always got out gamed by Mr. Hun Sen. I personally have a lot of respect for Mr. Hun Sen. He has out foxed all of his opponents so far and CNRP is just one of them.

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  2. Anonymous5:57 AM

    Anonymous8:27 AM is a Vietnamese dog eater called Drgunzet!!!

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